Dr. Melanie Young provides a warm, supportive therapeutic environment responsive to each individual's unique needs. She works with adolescents, adults and seniors. She provides individual and couple's counseling. Specialities include working with trauma and other types of anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. Dr. Young also assists with issues around grief, loss, and caregiving. She has a background in neuropsychology and can help navigate the challenges around brain trauma, ADD, and chronic illness. Additionally, she helps clients increase effective coping strategies, strengthen internal resources, and enhance self-esteem. She is trained in Brainspotting and EMDR which are both effective tools for obtaining relief from anxiety, trauma, pain/illness, phobias, and addictions as well as enhancing performance.
Dr. Shawna Roberts I am committed to helping individuals heal the past, empower the present, and achieve a future that is meaningful and valued. I understand the importance of building relationships with my clients based upon trust and respect. Many clients have described me as compassionate, accepting, and helpful in guiding people to have the life they have longed for. My hope would be to offer you a rewarding experience. I earned my Doctorate of Psychology from the University of Denver after completing my masters degree. I have a variety of training and experiences in working with adults and children specifically focusing on treating anxiety disorders such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, PTSD, panic attacks, and phobias. I am an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver, and I also teach child development and assessment at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
Laura Brodie, MA, A.T.R., LPC Couples Counseling & Marriage Therapy in Boulder & Downtown Denver
Save your marriage now. Rebuild trust, intimacy & friendship. Grow closer, communicate better with less conflict & more love. New or long-term couples. 30 years experience as a clinician (PACT/Imago).
Achieve the personal growth you want through the supportive, confidential & comfortable atmosphere I provide. It is essential to me to consistently maintain an open mind, an empathetic nature, & humility. I am a caring, interactive, solution-focused therapist. I appreciate the privilege of working with a wide spectrum of clients & respect all clients regardless of their culture, disability, gender, age, sexual orientation, race or religion.
Reparative & Preventative counseling available.
Call me, I can help you.
My professional background includes work with individuals, couples, and families. I have extensive work with creativity and personal growth, trauma informed care, addictions and recovery, domestic/family violence prevention/intervention, therapeutic play with children, and graduate and post-graduate education/training, particularly with at focus on experiential learning, expressive arts therapies, and body-centered psychotherapy/dance movement therapy. In addition, I have been a clinical supervisor since 2007 and have been an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) through the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE) since February of 2010. I have completed over 30.0 contact hours of professional continuing education.
Beit Gorski is a licensed somatic psychotherapist with more than a decade of experience working with individuals, families, children, groups, and communities impacted by anxiety and depression, attachment challenges, and trauma including spiritual abuse, intimate partner violence/ domestic violence, and systemic oppression.
Xe has also been working professionally and personally in trans and genderqueer communities for 8 years, providing transition support and gender diversity training for universities, clinics, hospitals, early childhood educators, and community organizations.
Beit navigates the professional/ academic class having grown up in poverty and is a white, disabled, queer, trans and nonbinary intersex person who practices non-monogamy.
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